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Farah Palmer

Farah Palmer is one of the game's most respected players and leaders. She has achieved much since making her international debut in 1996, including victory in the Canada Cup in 1996, 2000 and 2005 and Women's Rugby World Cup triumph in 1998 and 2002. She also led the Black Ferns to Churchill Cup victory in 2004. She plays for provincial side Manawatu in the Women’s competition after previously representing Otago and Waikato. She holds a PhD in Sports Sociology and is a lecturer at New Zealand’s Massey University.

Position:
Hooker
Born:
27/11/1972
Physical:
1.64m; 69kg
Test Debut:
1996
Test Points:
25
All Blacks Caps:
30

Career Comments

  • REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS: Black Ferns (1996 - ) Manawatu (2001 - ) Otago (1996, 1998 - 2000) Waikato (1997)

Test Match record

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